Microfilm of the International Women’s History Archives organized by the Women’s History Library. Includes women’s liberation and women’s civic, religious, professional and peace journals, newspapers and newsletter from all over the world and published from 1956 through Sept. 1971.
Each part accompanied by a printed guide, compiled by Randolph H. Boehm, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Mary McLeod Bethune papers.
contents pt. 1. Writings, diaries, scrapbooks, biographical materials, and files on the National Youth Administration and women’s organizations, 1918-1955 (19 reels) -- pt. 2. Correspondence files, 1914-1955 (17 reels)
Princeton University Libraries Latin American microfilm collection. Supplement 2, Women and gender issues in Latin America
Section 1 (reels 1-14). Sexual behavior and attitudes -- Section 2 (reels 15-24). Sex, law and medicine -- Section 3 (reels 25-106). Sex and literature -- Section 4 (reels 107-120). Sex and the humanities.
Consists of Addams’s papers from Swarthmore College Peace Collection and many other repositories.
Each reel preceeded by explanatory printed front matter which includes the table of contents for the entire collection.
Main body of work contained in reels 1-71 with remaining 11 reels comprising the Addendum.
Consists of five major sections: correspondence, documents, writings, Hull-House Association records, and clippings file.
To be used in conjunction with printed guide entitled: The Jane Addams papers.
The Women’s movement in Cuba, 1898-1958: the Stoner collection on Cuban feminism
Part 1: Early Women's Journals, c.1700-1832. Part 2: Advice Books, Manuals, Almanacs and Journals, c.1625-1837. Part 3: The Lady's Magazine, 1770-1800. Part 4: The Lady's Magazine, 1801-1832. Part 5: Women's Writing and Advice, 1450-1700. Parts 6 and 7 sources.